Monday, July 30, 2012

Easy Smoked Sausage Green Bean Potato Dish


{Easy Smoked Sausage Green Bean Red Potato Dish}

This dish is easy peasy. I always keep Smoked Sausage in the freezer.
This dish is simple, quick, and yummy.
We are starting to gear up for the new school year.  I'll have a 1st grader, preschooler and a newborn.
The truth is I am really looking forward to this new season of life.  Mommy of three little ones.
Such a blessing!  Hope you enjoy the recipe and are having a wonderful week.
Blessings,
Carla <><


Smoked Sausage (I use skinless) Red Potatoes, Green Beans, and Butter

Cube the sausage and potatoes

Add sausage to hot skillet and brown

Add potatoes and brown

Add 1 can of green beans (remove half the juice)

Add Butter, Salt, and Pepper

Cover and Simmer

Cook until juice is absorbed. Stirring occasionally
(About 15 min)

Dinner is ready


Easy Smoked Sausage Green Bean and Red Potato Dish:

1 pkg Smoked Sausage
3-4 Red Potatoes
1 Can Green Beans (or fresh)
3-4 TB Butter
Salt and Pepper



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7 comments:

  1. This dish looks very good! I was wondering what I wanted to do with the sausage in the refrigerator, and now I know! :)

    Following your blog today after seeing you at FAB. Glad to meet you!

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  2. Glad to meet you as well.
    Thank you for stopping by!
    Many Blessings,
    Carla <><

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  3. Hey Carla, just stopping back by to tell you that my family loved this! I have a finicky crew, and when one likes something the other doesn't, but this dish was a thumbs up from everybody! Thank you! I will make this again and again!

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    1. Thank you! Glad you enjoyed it
      Carla

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  4. My family loves this and its really great the next day too. I have one question though, is it supposed to end up more like a soup/stew? Do you drain it before serving? Also, I think adding some mushrooms and maybe some celery makes the flavors go over the top.

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  5. Thank you for you comment. It does get a little soupy. I never drain the water. Once the water is absorbed I know it is ready. I also sub the potatoes for cabbage sometimes.
    Carla <><

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  6. Do you know the WW Points Plus value for this dish?

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